Steel matches are a little different from regular pistol matches--in steel matches (for three of the stages) you have an array of five steel targets, and you draw and hit each target once for time. Then you reload and holster, and do it again---four more times. Your slowest time is dropped, and your other times are all added together for your score for that stage. All stage times are added up, and the lowest number (the fastest overall time) wins.
In our case, a steel match also includes one or two other stages where it is still all steel, but there might be movement and such, and you only run it once. Still, the total time is your score. There happened to be five stages this time.
Here are some clips from the various stages for both Julie and Ardi: